Intel Promotes 5 Corporate Officers, Elects 4 New Corporate Vice Presidents

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — February 6, 2015 — Intel Corporation today announced that its board of directors promoted five corporate officers and elected four new corporate vice presidents.

Robert B. Crooke, 51, was elevated from corporate vice president to senior vice president. He is general manager of Intel’s Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) Solutions Group. In this role, Crooke leads a worldwide organization responsible for design, development and marketing of Intel non-volatile memory and solid-state drive (SSD) solutions. Crooke joined Intel in 1989, was named a corporate vice president in 2005, and is based in Hillsboro, Oregon.

Douglas L. Davis, 53, was promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president. He is general manager of Intel's Internet of Things (IoT) Group, leading a worldwide organization responsible for Intel Architecture computing solutions targeting market sectors including retail, transportation, manufacturing/industrial, smart buildings/homes, and a broad range of embedded computing applications. Davis joined Intel in 1984, was named a corporate vice president in 2010, and is based in Chandler, Arizona.

Doug Fisher, 54, was promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president. He is general manager of Intel’s Software and Services Group, and has worldwide responsibility for software that enhances computing and connectivity for Intel architecture and platforms. Fisher joined Intel in 1995, was elected corporate vice president in 2011, and is based in Hillsboro, Oregon.

Steven R. Rodgers, 49, was promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president. He is general counsel of Intel and is responsible for the company's legal work, serves on Intel’s senior executive team, and reports to the chief executive officer. Rodgers joined Intel in 2000, was elected corporate vice president in 2014, and is based in Chandler, Arizona.

Joshua M. Walden, 54, was elevated from corporate vice president to senior vice president. He is general manager of the Platform Engineering Group. In this role, he leads numerous worldwide engineering teams that are responsible for the development, manufacturing and validation of Intel's chip portfolio. Walden joined Intel in 1983, was elected corporate vice president in 2012, and is based in Chandler, Arizona.

Gregory M. Bryant, 46, was elected corporate vice president and is general manager of the Desktop Client Platform Division within Intel’s Client Computing Group. He leads the strategy, product management, and P&L for Intel’s desktop product line, including desktop PC, mini PC, all-in-one and enthusiast gaming platforms. Bryant is also responsible for Intel’s gateway and set-top-box business. Bryant joined Intel in 1992 and is based in Hillsboro, Oregon.

Ann B. Kelleher, 49, was elected corporate vice president in Intel’s Technology and Manufacturing Group. She is the general manager of Fab/Sort Manufacturing, responsible for co-managing Intel’s wafer fabrication manufacturing facilities worldwide. Kelleher joined Intel in 1996 and is based in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.

Robin A. Martin, 54, was elected corporate vice president and is general manager of Assembly Test Manufacturing in Intel’s Technology and Manufacturing Group. He is responsible for co-managing Intel’s assembly and test operations worldwide. Martin joined Intel in 1984 and is based in Penang, Malaysia.

Navin Shenoy, 41, was elected corporate vice president and is general manager of the Mobility Client Platform Division in Intel’s Client Computing Group. Shenoy leads the strategy, product management, and P&L for Intel’s mobile computing product line including Ultrabook™ devices, notebooks, 2 in 1s and tablets. Shenoy joined Intel in 1995 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

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